>> you mean, if you talk about entitlement programs, whether it's social security, medicare or medicaid, yeah, you're going to get some flack from the left, there's no question about that. i think the president i think has an opportunity here i think to be very honest, honest to the american people in terms of where we are, both in terms of the fiscal front and what we need to do in order to address it, honest with his own party that we may have to, you know, address some of the problems, some of the areas that we don't necessarily want to. because of the fiscal, dire situation. and i think honest with the republicans, because you are not going to be able to solve a multitrillion dollar deficit by spending cuts alone. so, i think it all depends on how he does it, but i don't think he's going to be shy about it. you know, there's a freedom that comes from being, you know, free of re-election? >> yeah. >> and i think the president's going to be very clear about that. >> chris kofinis, robert traynham, always good to see you both. thank you. >> thank you. >> happy sunday. actor steven segal has a new role, teaching volunteers in arizona hw to use guns to protect schools.